Joseph R. Hribick DPT
Dr. Joseph Hribick is a native of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and a 2005 graduate of Manheim Central High School. He attended Lebanon Valley College where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science and earned a Minor in Psychology in 2009. He continued his education at Lebanon Valley College and received his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2011. Joseph was nominated for the American Physical Therapy Association's Outstanding Physical Therapy Student Award and was the recipient of the Academic Achievement Award for his graduating class.
Dr. Hribick is currently an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA), the Orthopedic Section of the APTA, and the Pennsylvania Physical Therapy Association. He actively participates in research and is a co-investigator of a study involving Scapular Mobilization being conducted at Lebanon Valley College. His experience includes working in a variety of clinical settings; however, his passion involves providing care to patients in the outpatient orthopedic environment. His professional interests include manual physical therapy and evidence-based practice. He is dedicated to treating all of his patients with the highest level of quality and compassion.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends. His activities include playing hockey and baseball, mountain-biking, hiking, and weight training.
Jennifer McCarthy graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Health & Exercise Science in 2005 and Duke University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2009. She is currently a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Within the APTA, she is a member of the Orthopedic Section and part of the Pennsylvania Chapter. She would like to become more active within the association as her career continues to develop.
Jennifer has experience working with all different types of patients and believes that making a connection with the patient is a very important aspect in patient care.
Jennifer grew up in a small town in New York near the original Woodstock site of 1969. She played soccer, basketball and track in high school. Even though she no longer plays sports competitively, she continues to stay active to promote a healthy lifestyle. Jennifer is a member of Team Aspire in which she completed a relay leg of the 2010 Marathon and she hopes to complete a full marathon in the future.
Jennifer was married to her husband, Chris, in 2009 and they enjoy going to sporting events, traveling and playing with their dog, Tucker.
Mike Fink PT, DSc, SCS, OCS
Dr. Fink has been a Pennsylvania licensed Physical Therapist since 2000. He is board certified in Orthopedics (2007) and Sports (2006) by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS). Dr. Fink is currently a full-time Assistant Professor within the Physical Therapy Department at Lebanon Valley College, a part-time Adjunct Faculty member to the International Diabetes Center, and part-time clinician at Madden Physical Therapy.
Dr. Fink is an Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom combat veteran with 9 years of active duty service as a United States Air Force physical therapist. Prior to his Air Force direct commission in 2001, he attended Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia where he earned his Masters in Physical Therapy. After 4 years practicing in outpatient orthopedics at Travis Air Force Base, Dr. Fink attended a Post-Professional Doctoral Sports Medicine Residency at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and was awarded his doctoral degree in Sports Physical Therapy by Baylor University. Dr. (Major) Fink's last active duty position was as the Officer in Charge of the Cadet Physical Therapy Clinic at the United States Air Force Academy (January 2006 to August 2009).
Dr. Fink has been a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) since 1998, 1 of 3 Clinical Content Experts for the Sports Specialty Council within the larger Specialization Academy of Content Experts (i.e. the governing body that writes/reviews the Sports board exam questions) since 2007, and a member on the Board of Directors for the ABPTS (i.e. governing body that oversees all Physical Therapy board certifications) since 2009. In addition, he is an APTA Credential Clinical Instructor, a manuscript reviewer for 2 peer reviewed physical therapy journals, has authored several journal publications, and is a professional member in both the Diabetes Exercise and Sports Association (DESA) and Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) International.
Chad Madden, MSPT
Chad is the founder of Madden Physical Therapy. After graduating from Central Dauphin High School, he earned a Master's Degree in Physical Therapy from College Misericordia in Dallas, PA.
His professional experiences include treating professional, college and scholastic athletes for sports injuries focusing on knee and shoulder rehab. In the past 10+ years, he has specialized in helping many find relief for lower back injuries, neck pain and other orthopedic problems.
"It was great growing up in the Harrisburg area. I am thankful to many people in the area who have helped me along the way: family, teachers, friends and neighbors. It is a blessing to be able to serve the same people and the Harrisburg area with a service that is needed and wanted. There is nothing like the feeling of helping someone with pain, when only a few years ago they were coaching me, teaching me or helping me in some other way."
Chad presently lives in West Hanover with Stephanie, his wife, and 3 sons. They enjoy playing with Sophie – the family dog, playing baseball, wrestling, karate and making smores on Saturday nights on the patio. They are active in supporting community organizations including The Kids Trust, CBMC, Bethesda Mission and Morningstar Pregnancy Services.
Daniel Hinnerschitz, DPT
Dr. Daniel Hinnerschitz is a native of the Pocono Mountains where he was a graduate of Pleasant Valley High School in 2006. Dan attended Lebanon Valley College to pursue a career in physical therapy and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Health Science. He continued his education at LVC where he earned his Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree in 2012. Dan is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Orthopedic Section of the APTA.
Dan has experience in a wide variety of settings; however, he greatly enjoys working in the outpatient orthopedic setting. Here, he is skilled in using manual therapy interventions to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions ranging from lower back pain to neck pain to shoulder pain. His special interests include manual therapy, sports, and evidenced-based practice. Dr. Hinnerschitz is determined to provide high quality and compassionate care to each and every patient. He takes great pride in his work and loves helping people get better!
In his free time, Dan enjoys spending time with his friends and family. His hobbies include exercising, hiking, and kayaking. He is also an avid sports fan and loves watching all types of sporting events, especially football… Go Packers!
Andrew Dulak, DPT
Andrew attended West Chester University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Exercise Science, with a concentration in Physical Therapy. Andrew earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree while attending graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh. He is an active member of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Orthopedic Section within the APTA.
Physical Therapist Assistant:
Michelle is a 1989 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications and a 1995 graduate of Central Pennsylvania Business School Physical Therapy Assistant Program.
Physical Therapist Assistant:
Ryan Barr was born and raised in the Harrisburg area and graduated from Central Dauphin in 1997. He received his Associates Degree in Graphic/Web Design from Harrisburg Area Community College in 2005 and worked for several years as a freelance graphic designer and illustrator. In addition to graphics, Ryan has always had an interest in physical therapy, health and fitness, so he decided to return to school. Ryan graduated from Central Pennsylvania College in May 2011 as a PTA (Physical Therapy Assistant) and promptly joined the Madden Physical Therapy team. In his spare time, Ryan enjoys working out, most sports, travelling and the outdoors.
Mary Anne Gingerich
I grew up in Central Pennsylvania. I left the area to attend college at West Virginia University. After 2 years. I transferred to the University of Maryland for Physical Therapy school. After graduation, I returned to Pennsylvania and took a job with Polyclinic Hospital. I was married to Dave in 1981, on the anniversary of TMI. When we were ready to start a family, I took a job with a private practice PT group. I wanted to have the option of working part-time after having children. I worked in a variety of settings, from out-patient to skilled nursing care. I also became involved with treating pelvic floor dysfunction and other women's health issues. I have been working at Madden Physical Therapy for the last 4 years.
My children are now 25 and 23. Amy teaches special education and Jake is in his second year of osteopathic medical school. I'm still working part-time and loving it. I work mostly with women's health issues, but also scleroderma and geriatrics.
In my time off, I enjoy golfing, walking my dog, cheering for the Mountaineers and the Phillies, doing crafts, especially card making and scrapbooking, and traveling and spending time with family.